Title IX and Sexual Misconduct Resources
We are here to help. You are not alone. There are campus, community, and online resources
available to you.
- Watch this YWCA Stepping Stones Take Back the Night video where from Janiyah Williams '22 shares more about IWU's resources for sexual assault
- Sexual Misconduct and Assault, Relationships Violence and Stalking: Rights, Options
- IWU Counseling and Consultation Services
Provides free and confidential help to IWU students for a variety of personal and
- IWU Arnold Health Service
Provides survivors of sexual violence emotional support, a brief medical evaluation,
preventative treatment for sexually transmitted diseases, and emergency contraception.
At the request of the survivor, Arnold Health Service can coordinate transportation
with IWU Campus Safety to Carle Bromenn Medical Center.
- IWU Campus Safety
IWU Campus Safety provides 24-hour emergency response and patrol capability for the
University community. They work closely with local police agencies and non-police
community services. Although Campus Safety does not have police authority, they will
protect the chain of evidence and facilitate upon request contact with BPD.
- Dean of Students Office
The Dean of Students Office investigates and coordinates campus adjudication of violations
of the Student Code of Conduct, including sexual assault, stalking and other forms
of sexual violence. The Deputy Title IX Coordinator will work with you to explore
reporting options, supportive measures, and connect with campus and community resources.
- Stepping Stones
Stepping Stones, YWCA’s sexual assault program, provides 24-hour assistance for sexual
assault and sexual abuse victims in McLean County. Advocates can provide telephone
assistance, counseling, or help survivors report to the police, accompany victims
to the hospital and/or to police and court appearances.
- Carle Bromenn Medical Center
Carle Bromenn Medical Center provides sexual assault exams, including collection of
forensic evidence, clinical evaluation, assessment, and treatment of injuries. Victims
of sexual assault are typically seen by a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE), a
registered nurse who has been specially trained to provide comprehensive care to sexual
assault patients in a medical setting.
1304 Franklin Ave., Normal
- Bloomington Police Department
BPD responds to incidents in the City of Bloomington and provides investigation of
reported sexual assaults and/or domestic and dating violence.
911 or dispatch: (309) 820-8888
- Normal Police Department
NPD responds to incidents in the City of Normal and provides investigation of reported
sexual assaults and/or domestic and dating violence.
911 or dispatch: (309) 454-9535
The National Sexual Assault Hotline , operated by RAINN, offers free, confidential counseling, 24 hours a day. 1-800-656-HOPE.
National Sexual Violence Resource Center’s Information for Survivors page. Find out more information about getting help in
your local area and what to do following an experience of sexual assault.